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Page 10 m WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 2011 • CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA REVEILLE CROSSWORD PUZZLE: f .... ,,.,,/ " /r .yA ..,4.,lz" ,, sc.W,z.-m -rz -/"/ /7" 7" ,../E, xzT"/z,W ;'Z'FfZ 7,* ACROSS 1 Larger portion 5 Belle of the ball, maybe 8 Enos' grandpa 12 Conception 13 Wrath 14 Missile shelter 15 Standard 16 Bando of baseball 17 Despot 18 Saw things in the dark? 2'0 Sleeping sickness carrier 22 Main- lander's memento 23 Slip up 24 Green gem 27 Full exposure 32 "The Greatest" 33 Helgen- berger series 34 "Barney Miller" actor Jack 35 Periods of relief 38 Mail carrier (Abbr.) 39 Hall-of- Famer Williams 40 Stannum mm 1 2 3 15 18 24 25 26 32 35 39 42 43 49 53 ! 42 Not digital 2 Stench 45 Impact 3 Withered 49 For fear that 4 Mexican 50 Novelist entree Radcliffe 5 Separate 52 Colorful fish 6 Detergent 53 Appointment brand 54 Fond du --, 7 Region Wis. 8 Toward the 55 Toy block rear, nauti- name cally 56 Lacked 9 Woe originality 10 "Oh, woe!" 57 Candle 11 Still others count 19 Yours truly 58 Skittish wild 21 Witness life 24 Mayo container DOWN 25 Hearty brew 1 Have an 26 Aversion objection 28 Work with @ 2011 King Fealures Synd.. lnc, 31 34 46 48 29 Length from here to there 30 Bribe 31 "Helpt" • 36 Struck repeatedly 37 Altar affirmative 38 Open out 41 In that case 42 "M*A*S*H" star 43 Tide type 44 Festive 46 Duel tool 47 Zoo structure 48 Hammer-- wielding deity 51 Kvetch ANSWERS ON NEXT PAGE Moments in time:. The History Channel • On Sept. 27, 1854, two ships collide off the coast of Newfoundland, killing 322 passengers and crew. The wooden-hulled Arctic was severely dam- aged when it slammed into the iron-hulled steamer Vesta. In trying to beach the ship, the Arctic's captain ran over several lifeboats, causing even more people to drown. • On Oct. 1, 1890, an act of Congress creates Yosemite National Park, home of such natural wonders as the 2,425-foot-high Yosemite Falls, rock formations Half Dome and E1 Capitan, and three groves of giant se- quoias, the world's biggest trees. • On Sept. 28, 1938, auto inventor Charles Duryea dies in Philadelphia at the age of 76. Duryea and his brother Frank designed and built one of the first functioning gas-powered automobiles. Charles insisted on taking full credit for the brothers' innovation and said that Frank was "simply a mechanic." • On Sept. 26, 1957, "West Side Story," composed by Leonard Bernstein, opens at the Winter Garden Theatre on Broadway. "West Side Story," a reinterpretation of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, tells the tale of a love affair between Tony, who is Polish American, and Maria, a Puerto Rican, set against an urban background of interracial warfare. • On Sept. 29, 1969, the U.S. Army drops murder charges against eight Special Forces soldiers accused of killing a Vietnamese national. The case against the Green Berets was dismissed for reasons of national security when the CIA refused to release highly classified information. • On Oct. 2, 1985, Rock Hudson, a Hollywood romantic leading man during the 1950s and '60s and later a TV star, dies at the age of 59 from an AIDS-related illness. The 6-foot-5 Hudson rose to fame starring in such films as "Giant" (1956), for which he received an Academy Award nomi- nation. • On Sept. 30, 1999, large doses of radiation are released at Japan's To- kaimura nuclear plant, an accident caused by a serious error made by workers at the plant. Instead of pouring 5 pounds of powdered uranium into nitric acid, workers poured in 35 pounds. Cloverdale Historical Society presents DIRECTORY TO speakerVivienne Sosnowski Oct. 11 • SERVICES t • SERVICES • • Vivienne Sosnowski will dis- cuss her book "When the Rivers Ran Red" at the Cloverdale His- torical Society's (CHS) History Center, as part of a special speak- er series on Tuesday, Oct. 11, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. "Sosnowski's fascinating ac- count of how Napa and Sonoma winemakers struggled to survive during the Prohibition fills a gi- ant hole in the history of Ameri- can wine. Wine lovers everywhere should thank her for tracking down survivors, many now in their 90s, who provided rich accounts of what it was like to live through that terrible night- mare. A tale well told, Sosnowski has a fine touch," says George M. Taber, bestselling author of Judgment of Paris. Ms. Sosnowski's talk will focus on the effects that Prohibition had on the town of Cloverdale and North Sonoma County. "When the Rivers Ran Red" was selected as one of "Wine Spectator" magazine's Best New Reads in Books for 2009. Also chosen as the 2009 Gourmand International (Europe) Best Book on New World Wines - USA. In addition, Ms. Sosnowski's book received the 2011 Sonoma County Histor- ical Society's Editors Award for Historic Scholarship. Ms. Sosnowski was born and educated in England and began her distinguished career in the media world in Canada as edito- rial director, at various times, of three of the country's major newspapers. In the USA she has been an editorial director for the Washington, D.C. Examiner and the San Francisco Examiner. Also a gifted photographer, she divides her time between her home in Healdsburg and anoth- er in Vancover, B.C, A $5 donation is suggested for this event. Light refreshments will be served. The next CHS Speaker Series Talk will be on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. The Cloverdale History Center is located at 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. For more info call 894- 2067. Hours are: Thursday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. CHS is a CA. 50IC3 non-profit. All proceeds support exhibit and educational programs. - Joaquin Espinosa ! m ADVAN( ;ED EARTHWORKS cmoverdale Library News - We hope the community is adjusting to our new services "hours! While we are closed on Mondays, we look forward to seeing you Tuesday through Saturday. We open at 10 a.m and close at 6 p.m., with the exception of Wednesdays when we stay open until 8 p.m., and Saturdays when we close early at 4 p.m. You may have already seen in the Reveille that our Friends of the Cloverdale Library will be holding a Book Sale Oct. 6 - 8. This is an opportunity to get a great deal on wonderful books so don't miss it. There will be a wide assortment of great titles for adults and children, both fiction and non-fiction, as well as DVDs, CDs, and audio books. Members only pre- view (you can join at the door!) will be Thursday evening, Oct. 6, from 6 to'8 p.m. The sale opens to the public on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7 and 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds from the sale benefit the Cloverdale Library. With these funds we are able to hold special programs for adults and children, have a Summer Reading Program for children and teens, and buy books and supplies that would normally be beyond our budget., Our monthly Book Discussion Group continues on the second Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. The group is currently reading "The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those who Survived the Great Depression," by Timothy Egan. This title will be discussed on Oct. 13 and newcomers to the group are always welcome. Copies of the current title are available for check-out at the library. November's title will be "Baker Towers," by Jennifer Haigh. Preschool Storytime has resumed and takes place each Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. Children ages 2-5, with a caregiver, are invited for stories, songs, and movement, all related to the world of books. The program lasts about 30 minutes and there is time for socializing afterward. There is no need to register ahead of time as this is a drop-in program. Please join us for some early literacy fun. On Thursday afternoon, Oct. 13, at 3:15 p.m., please join us for a talk by Maggie Watson, author of "A Graceful Farewell." Her book is a sfep-by-step guide designed to help a person gather necessary personal and financial information and organize their thoughts and intentions to ensure that after death, these intentions will be followed. Books willt be available for purchase and there will be a book: signing. For more information about the library or any of our programs, please call 894-5271 x5. -Lucinda Wil- son Weekly SUDOKU Cloverdale Historical Society announces Oct. exhibit The Cloverdale Historical Society's (CHS) new exhibit is titled: "The town of Cloverdale during the Prohibition Era, 1920-1933." The exhibit tells the story of some of the challeng- es faced by the community during this stressful time in America's history. There is a suggested $3 donat/on {or th/s exhibit. The History Center Speaker Series will expand upon this theme during the talks of Oct. 11 and 25. "Be sure to come to hear from some of the people that were there," a spokesperson said. There is a $5 sug- gested donation for this event. The exhibit program is in support of the Ken Bums Documentary, "Prohibition," that will air on PBS Channel 9 on Oct. 2, 3, 4 and Channel 22 on Oct. 18, 25 and Nov. 1. The Cloverdale History Center is located at 215 N. Cloverdale Blvd. For more info call 894-2067. BOB ANDERSEN (707) 894-2755 eVat/oz Cot( Ir Septic Systems • Dump Trucks • Water Trucks Backhoe • Loader • Dozer • Grader': : PO Box 221, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 Gen. Eng. 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